The Antique Automobile Festival gets the month started in style, from Sept. 5-7. Now in its 38th year, this show brings hundreds of vintage cars to town, to compete for trophies and prizes. In addition to a car show and parade, visitors enjoy the reenactment of a 1922 bank robbery.
Also on the weekend of Sept. 5-7, the Ozark Mountain Gospel Festival features special guests and America's best gospel groups.
Don't forget the Wood Carvers Jamboree, Sept. 6-7 at the Pine Mountain Jamboree. Maybe the Flute Discovery Retreat Sept. 12-14 will appeal to you, with sessions about the history and cultural significance of the American Indian flute.
Here's something that sounds like fun: the third annual Grape Crush Festival at Keel's Creek on Sept. 13.
The Scooting the Ozarks STO Scooter Rally, Sept. 17-20, is an annual event which brings scooter enthusiasts to Eureka Springs from all over. There will be planned rides and events for scooters of all sizes.
For those who like their two-wheeled vehicles to pack a little more punch, the Vulcan Riders and Owners Club will also come to town Sept. 17-21.
Eureka Springs is all about art and artists. The third annual Artists Studio Tour, Sept. 25-28, gives the public an opportunity to discuss, learn and shop face-to-face with more than twenty talented artists of this unique Ozarks community.
Blue Spring is always a beautiful place to visit, and on Sept. 26-27, it will be the location for the fifth annual Red Star Ancestors Memorial Gourd Dance and Pow-Wow.
We hope you'll find your way back to share the September calendar with us!